In my opinion Doug Stone has one of the best voices in country music. He can sing the slow bluesy ballads or he can rock it out. No matter what song it is, when Doug Stone sings it you know it's going to be good.
Wynonna and her mother Naomi formed one the most famous duos in country music. The Judds scored numerous hit songs that included fourteen Number One songs between 1983 and 2000. They also racked up several CMA and Grammy awards. They called in quits in 1991 and Wynonna went out on her own.
David Ball grew up in a musical family and grew up in South Carolina. His dad was a Baptist preacher. He persuaded his folks to buy him a guitar and when he was in the seventh grade, he wrote his first song. He learned how to play the bass and with some of his friends would perform at bluegrass and country festivals.
They got their name from a brand of tissues and became one of the biggest groups in country music during the 70's and 80's. The Statler Brothers got their start bck in 1964 opening for Johnny Cash. They held that spot for eight years before going out on their own.
On today's "retro rack" Anne Murray got a lot of her musical influences from people like Rosemary Clooney and Perry Como. In fact when she was turned for a chance to appear on a TV show called "Singalong Jubilee", the show's producer call her back two years later. He said lets make some records and in 1970 she had a Number One hit called "Snowbird". It was a million seller and a huge crossover hit.
On today 'retro Rack" is a singer who was a constant hit maker in the 70's. He chalked up 14 consecutive Top Ten hits starting in 1973. But Johnny Rodriguez didn't take the easiest road to get his music career in gear.
Sometimes there are singers that just out of nowhere explode onto the music scene. Such is the cash with the featured artist on today's "retro rack". Donna Fargo was being played every radio station, pop or country in the early 70's.
His real name is Edward Garvin Futch. Record executives decided that was going to do, so they changed it to Eddy Raven. His music was influenced by the cajun sound from his home state of Louisiana , some blues and a some rock and roll.
On today's "retro rack" is a singer who grew up in the state of New York. But by the time he reached his late teens, he had moved here to Texas, where he started playing the dance hall and worked on his songwriting skills.
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